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The informant alerted us that the couple possessed and had been consuming drugs in their room in the hotel in Naif.
with hashish to consume and consuming hashish and amphetamines himself.
They also gained more weight than rats consuming the saturated fat solely during the inactive period.
The market, as it is in other parts of the world, is effective in gathering, processing and shipping recyclables to consuming destinations.
McNeil countersued, claiming the sugar industry is waging a "malicious smear campaign"--including promotion of the slick Truth About Splenda website--by trying to convince consumers that Splenda is "unhealthy or unsafe" and that they "would be better off consuming refined sugar.
It's important to note that consuming too much protein and fat is associated with a greater risk of heart disease.
I've always maintained that my work is relevant only to people who are consuming sub-optimal levels of calcium," says Zemel.
Males aged 17-24 and females 25-34 are consuming more courgettes than their average for vegetables.
Remember that each time you stop at a fluid station for a cup of sports drink, you are consuming 14 grams of carbohydrate per eight-ounce serving.
People who consumed more than 4 grams of sodium per day had an 84 percent greater likelihood of having such a stroke than did people consuming 2.
Refined Tastes is particularly strong in its analysis of how sugar gradually trickled down to all economic levels of the American consuming public, in its discussion of the different ways it was marketed, in its painstaking recovery of how reformers and marketers viewed the changing meaning of this commodity, and its insightful analysis of the connections between ideas of sweetness and femininity.
B Teens should stop consuming caffeine when they start to shake uncontrollably.